Resilience is critical for business success in our post-COVID-19 future
Of the many lessons we have to learn from the current emergency, perhaps the most crucial one is to ensure that business strategy and operations are founded on resilience.
2020 Risk outlook: Use GRC to build resilience
ContinuitySA, Africa's leading provider of business continuity and resilience solutions, says that as the risk outlook continues to be challenging, organisations should use their governance, risk and compliance (GRC) activities to create robust frameworks that support business resilience.
ContinuitySA's Willem Olivier named African Industry Personality of the year
Willem Olivier, General Manager: ContinuityAfrica, has been named Continuity and Resilience Industry Personality of the Year for 2019.
Heightened risk will characterise 2019: business resilience will be key
One of the most important trends to emerge in recent years is that it is increasingly difficult to identify individual risks in isolation, says Michael Davies, CEO, ContinuitySA.
ContinuitySA wins IRMSA Award for outstanding contribution to risk management
ContinuitySA was announced as the winner of the IRMSA 2018 Industry Award for the category," Professional Services, Training Providers, Consultants and Auditors", for outstanding contribution to risk management at a gala event that took place at the Theatre on the Track in Kyalami on Friday 9th November.
ContinuitySA honoured at the Business Continuity Institute Africa awards ceremony
At this year's Africa awards ceremony hosted by the BCI SADC chapter on 21 September 2018, ContinuitySA CEO Michael Davies was named Continuity and Resilience Industry Personality of Year, while Movashan Moodley scooped the award for Newcomer of the Year.45r
5 Steps to integrating business continuity and cyber resilience
It is imperative that cyber resilience is integrated into organisations' business continuity management plans, says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.
Fine-tune your business continuity management plan for 2018
Heading into 2018, ContinuitySA is advising organisations to take the opportunity to recalibrate their business continuity management and resilience plans in line with the causes of actual disasters in 2017.
6 Risks to make you take business resilience seriously in 2018
If nothing else, 2017 provided proof positive that the unexpected does happen. According to the ContinuitySA and IT Web Business Resilience Survey 2017,a substantial proportion of respondents (41 percent) still have no business continuity or disaster recovery plans, and only one-third indicated that they were very confident that their organisation would be able to continue functioning with negligible disruption in the event of a disaster.
ContinuitySA scoops three awards at BCI Africa awards ceremony
ContinuitySA, which was inducted into the BCI Hall of Fame at the end of 2016, received awards in several categories at the BCI Africa Awards, including: Continuity and Resilience Team; African BCI Industry Personality 2017; and Business Continuity and Resilience Consultant of the Year.